Rochelle Humes leaves viewers in hysterics after rude word stumble

Rochelle Humes makes rude word blunder on This Morning
Rochelle Humes makes rude word blunder on This Morning

This Morning presenter Rochelle Humes was left red-faced on Tuesday (November 6) as she made a rather unfortunate and X-rated blunder live on air.

The 29-year-old, who is currently covering for Holly Willoughby while she is in the jungle for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, stumbled over her words as she tried to introduce the weather forecast and let out something far from appropriate for daytime television.

Speaking on the show, Humes said: “But first, it’s time to get your local b**t f**k… Oh! Weather forecast.”

Humes immediately laughed and then covered her mouth in embarrassment.

Naturally, viewers took to Twitter to highlight the blunder, with some wondering if she’d really just said something incredibly naughty.

Humes, who has previously hosted the show with her husband Marvin, had admitted to having serious nerves about presenting the ITV morning show, which might explain this monumental word stumble.

Unfortunately, This Morning viewers have been left cold by the stand-in, with many already missing Willoughby as Phillip Schofield’s regular co-host.

Some have criticised her for not getting involved in serious debates, while others have argued she lacks personality.

After today’s slip-up, one viewer Tweeted: “Can’t understand Rochelle Humes. Please can you pronounce your words more clearly (like Holly and Phillip) #dontlikethenewreplacement #thismorning Sorry but just being honest!!!!”

When she was first announced as Willoughby’s stand-in, Humes revealed that she had to keep the job a secret from her friends.

“I’m excited that I can tell people now. There were rumours at the weekend, and I didn’t reply to any of my friends. Sorry!” she said.

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